Out of the Pits: Quantifying Soil Relations and Their Impact on Growth. Ralph L. Amateis Virginia Tech. Pinus taeda in Piedmont of Virginia. Landscape Position Affecting Soil and Tree Growth. But there might be a way out of the pits:. Soil Electrical Conductivity!.
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Ralph L. Amateis
Pinus taeda on Growth in Piedmont of Virginia
Landscape Position Affecting Soil and Tree Growth
Soil Electrical Conductivity!
SEC is the ability of soil to conduct an electrical current (milliSiemens m-1).
It is correlated with a number of soil properties that affect productivity, including soil texture, cation exchange capacity, drainage conditions, organic matter level, salinity, and even subsoil characteristics.
Soil on GrowthEC maps often visually correspond to patterns on yield maps and can help explain yield variation
SEC…A New Horizon? on Growth